Learning doesn't stop with your nursing degree! We believe that nurses who are lifelong learners deliver better patient care. That’s why PCNA is committed to providing you with the resources you need to provide evidence-based care in the fast-changing world of cardiovascular nursing.

Although we would love to meet all of you face-to-face at our Annual Symposium, or at our many local programs, we know that web-based learning is an important (and convenient!) option too.

Please note: Learners claiming credit for a live CE program (either face-to-face or webinar) cannot claim credit for the on-demand archived version of the same program.


On Demand Library

Course Title

Cost

Credits

Incorporating Novel Approaches for Lipid Management

$0 1.25 (1.0 Pharm)
Beyond Scare Tactics: Effective Risk Communication Strategies

$0 0.92
Exercise is Heart Failure Medicine Too

$0 0.92
Management of Pregnancy in Women with Heart Disease

$0  0.92
Exercise Really IS Medicine

$0 0.92 
Management of Patient with VTE: A Case-Based Approach

$0 1.0
(0.5 Pharm)
Race and Ethnicity: Impact on Heart Disease

$0 0.9
What's a Clinician to Do? Implementation of the 2013 Prevention Guidelines

$0 0.92
(0.5 Pharm)
The Post-ACS Patient: Adherence to Critical Therapies in the Short- and Long-Term

$0 1.0
(0.3 Pharm)
 2015 Fall Learning Series
- Statins and Beyond: New Tools for the Challenging Patient
- Managing VTE: Matching Patient Need to Optimal Therapy
- Secondary Prevention Cocktail: The Key Ingredients

$0 2.25
(1.25 Pharm) 
2014 Fall Learning Series 
- Long-Term Management of the ACS Patient: Focus on Antiplatelet Therapy
- Update on the Management of Hyperlipidemia
- Familial Hypercholesterolemia: Focus on Homozygous Hypercholesterolemia

$0 2.25 
(1.0 Pharm) 
Navigating Barriers to Cardiovascular Risk Reduction in the African-American Patient

$0 0.80
Cardiovascular Disease to Health: Journey of the High Risk Plaque, by Dr. Valentine Fuster

$0 1.00
Acute Coronary Syndrome: Safe Transition to Home...and Health

$0 1.00
Exercise is Medicine: Understanding the Evidence

$0 1.00
12-Lead ECG Interpretation: Intermediate Level

$0  1.83
2013 Fall Learning Program - Series I

$0 2.25
2013 Fall Program - Series II

$0 2.25
Brain Attack (Stroke): Transitions from Acute Care to Home Rehabilitation

$0 0.92
(0.25 Pharm)
Cardiac Device Update: New Tools and New Indications

$0 0.92
Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Cancer Survivors

$0  0.75
Cardiovascular Health: What Does Stress Have to Do With It?

$0 1.00
Caring for a Woman's Heart: Setting the State for Family Health

$0 1.00
Clinical Significance of Non-Invasive Imaging

$0  1.83 (0.92 Pharm)
Creating a Heart-Healthy Workplace: The Job Begins with Us!

$0 1.00
Energy Balance in an Obese World: Science & Clinical Applications

$0 1.00
Heart Failure: Hospital to Home and Hopefully Not Back

$0 0.92 (0.18 Pharm)
Heart Failure Management: A 2016 Update

$0 1.00 (1.00 Pharm)
Heart Health and Brain Health: Same Formula?

$0 0.92
Heart-Healthy Lifestyle Counseling: Making the Clinical Encounter More Efficient-and Effective

$0 1.00
Hey Coach! Winning Strategies for Behavior Change

$0  0.92
Hypertension: A 2016 Update

$0  0.92 (0.39 Pharm)
Intuitive Eating: Creating a Healthy Relationship with Food, Mind, and Body

$0 1.00
Leveraging Technology for Cardiovascular Health: How Fast Are We Moving?

$0 0.92
Medication Reconciliation: Just How Big a Problem is Polypharmacy?

$0 0.92
(0.92 Pharm)
Menopausal Hormone Therapy and SERMS: Cardiovascular Risks and Benefits 

$0 0.75
Mindset: A New Strategy for Health Behavior Change

$0 1.00
Motivational Interviewing in Action: Skills & Tools to Enhance Change in 
Physical Activity Behavior Expand


$0 1.00
Move It! Update from the Activity Side of the Energy Balance Equation - Plus Strategies To Get Your Clients Off The Couch

$0 1.00
Move It: Physical Activity to Improve Heart Health in Older Adults

$0 0.83
Obesity: Management of a Chronic Illness with Lifestyle, Pharmacologic and Surgical Approaches

$0 0.92 (0.37 Pharm)
Optimal Strategies to Reduce Cardioembolic Risk in the Patient with Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation: A Patient Centered Approach

$0  2.25
(1.00 Pharm)
Optimizing Antiplatelet Therapy in the High-Risk Cardiovascular Patient

$0 1.00 (1.00 Pharm)
Plant-Based Diet: What's in it For the Planet and the Patient?

$0 0.92
Podiums, Posters and Publishing: Sharing Your Work

$0 1.00
Pregnancy Complications: A Wake-Up Call for Future CVD Risk

$0 0.75 
Pregnancy Complications and Predictors of Cardiovascular Disease in Women

$0 0.75
Proactive Management of Afib: Prevention and Early Identification

$0  0.92 (0.37 Pharm)
Promising New Strategies for Complex Lipid Patients: When, Where and How

$0 1.00 (1.00 Pharm)
Public Health Approaches to Decreasing Dietary Sodium Intake: A CDC Perspective

$0 0.92
Risk Matters: A Case-Based Approach to the New Prevention Recommendations

$0 1.00
Safe Transitions from Hospital to Home

$0  0.92
Sex and Gender Influences on CVD Management of Women

$0 0.75
Sit Less, Move More! Understanding Inactivity Physiology and Strategies to Help Patients Adopt Healthier Behaviors

$0  1.00
Strategies to Reduce CV Risk in the Hispanic Community

$0  0.92 (0.39 Pharm)
Stress Management: Good for You, Good for Your Patient!

$0 0.92
Surgical Approaches to Obesity: Long Term Impact on CV Risk

$0 0.92 
The Heart Failure Patient as a Partner in Care

$0  0.75
The Obesity Paradox: Is It All About Cardiovascular Fitness?

$0 1.00
What Can We Offer the Patient for Resistant Hypertension in 2015?

$0  0.92 
Winning the Tobacco Battle: One Smoker at a Time

$0 0.92
Writing Strong Abstracts for Scientific Conferences

$0 1.00
Women and Stroke: Guidelines for Prevention

$0 0.75
     

$0  1.00
2014 Pharmacology Preconference
$0  1.00
2014 Pharmacology Preconference
$0  1.00
2014 Pharmacology Preconference

All listed continuing educational offerings were reviewed in September 2015 and were determined to be current and relevant.